Ambush: Part 2
12:02 PM, May 12th, 2022
The men took cover behind their vehicles, laying lead into the defending officers. One by one, the officers continued to get shot down before an RPG finally hit the vehicle King Nikolas Wulff was taking cover behind. The King was thrown back, hitting another car. His eyes stared up at the sky as one officer yelled.
ďThe King is hit!Ē He said as he checked the Kingís injuries. The King was alive, barely, and was going into shock. The attackers began to try and retreat as helicopters flew in, snipers and officers shooting down at the attackers. The area was put under lockdown as the attackers dispersed, some into the sewers and others into civilian apartments to try and hide. Within ten minutes, the gunfire had stopped and the King was flown to a nearby hospital, with the hospital being put under a heavy layer of security with even TSOC operatives guarding the building. An investigation will soon be started, headed by a joint TSOC-TNP task force. Tussia is offering a $100,000 (USD) reward for any information on the attacks whether itís a citizen or a foreign government.
Remember that the rp only allows technology that exists in real life. Electromagnetically-accelerated mass drivers only exist as prototypes in real life and as such are not allowed in the rp.
I would suggest not doing that. The rp has international law enforced by the members of the INTC (LEís UN) which prohibits chemical weapons.
The New Munich Sentinel- Awesometonia begins to destroy chemical weapons
At a press conference this morning Steve Jobs announced Awesometonia would begin to find ways to destroy its chemical weapons. Awesometonia gained these in its independence and though they have never been used there has always been some public disapproval to the nation having these with the Transport Minister James Gumfrey even saying "Those weapons are a sign of democracy failing to conceal it's faults!" Though none have been destroyed yet the general consensus is that Awesometonia is heading in the right direction.